2013 Maryland Code
§ 26-207 - Sanctions for noncompliance with foreign state law.
(a) If a person holding a commercial driver’s license fails to comply with a notice to appear in court or a notice for failure to pay a fine for a traffic citation issued to the person under the laws or regulations of another state, and the other state’s driver licensing authority notified the Administration of the noncompliance, on receipt of the notice of noncompliance and after giving the person 10 days’ written notice, the Administration shall suspend the driving privileges of the person until receipt of a notice of compliance from the other state.
(b) In cooperation with other states’ driver licensing authorities, the Administration shall develop procedures to carry out the provisions of this section that relate to the suspension of driving privileges.
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